How Will US Warfare Survive the Pandemic ?

 Michael T. Klare The Pentagon is finding it difficult to adapt to a world in which the biggest threats to American security are biological, not military. The post How Will US Warfare Survive the (...)

 Article original.

Mis en ligne par Michael T. Klare
 21/07/2020

How Will US Warfare Survive the Pandemic ?

 Michael T. Klare The Pentagon is finding it difficult to adapt to a world in which the biggest threats to American security are biological, not military. The post How Will US Warfare Survive the (...)

The Nation - Foreign Policy In Focus

Analysis of foreign affairs and policy that emphasizes global cooperation and grassroots participation.

Les articles 

Bolivians Reclaim Their Democracy

  21/10 | Mark Weisbrot The overwhelming MAS election victory is a repudiaton of the racist coup regime as well as the Trump administration and (...)

Reimagining American Foreign Policy

  20/10 | Andrew J. Bacevich A new book examines the narrative framework around internationalism that foreign-policy elites coined in the 1940s, (...)

Trump Is Urging Republicans to Break the Law

16/10 | Sasha Abramsky He not only applauded the California GOP’s illegal use of mail-in ballot drop-boxes; he’s urging Republican officials (...)

The US Is Still the World’s Biggest Arms Dealer

14/10 | William D. Hartung Regardless of who is elected president this November, American arms businesses will continue to export arsenals to (...)

The Nuclearization of American Diplomacy

13/10 | Michael T. Klare We are finding ourselves in an ever more dangerous and insecure world, with the risk of Armageddon lurking just around (...)

An October Surprise of a Military Kind

12/10 | Michael T. Klare When all else fails, start a war. The post An October Surprise of a Military Kind appeared first on The (...)

31 Days Until the Election

10/10 | Bill Bramhall The death toll rises while Trump blusters. The post 31 Days Until the Election appeared first on The (...)

Trump’s Taxing History

8/10 | J.T. Williamson A president in debt, and America pays. The post Trump’s Taxing History appeared first on The (...)

Will 2020 Be Trump’s Bay of Pigs ?

6/10 | Peter Kornbluh To advance his political fortunes in Florida, Trump assaults the right to travel to Cuba. The post Will 2020 Be Trump’s (...)

Burning Man 2020

6/10 | Steve Brodner Top of the world, ma. The post Burning Man 2020 appeared first on The Nation.

Nicholson Baker’s Maddening Search for the Truth

6/10 | Charlie Savage Denied access to files about the use of biological weapons during the Cold War, the novelist transformed his new book (...)

31 Days Until the Election

3/10 | Mark Bryan Vanity UnFair: Trump dismantles democracy. The post 31 Days Until the Election appeared first on The (...)

  News

Vos commentaires

Nouveautés sur le Web 

 cette semaine: 1303 articles référencés

‘Don’t you dare !’ CNN’s Brian Stelter gets into shouting match with conservative over Hunter Biden (...)

  21/10 | CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter and Washington Examiner correspondent Susan Ferrechio tangled on BBC radio on Wednesday during a (...)

‘Humiliating self-own’ : Trump mocked after touting binder full of his ‘accomplishments’ — but (...)

  21/10 | President Donald Trump on Wednesday tweeted photographs of his press secretary delivering a binder full of his purported (...)

Here’s how The Christian Post ‘sold its soul’ to Trump — according to its former politics (...)

  21/10 | Political analyst Napp Nazworth watched as The Christian Post (CP) made its “gradual descent” from being anti-Trump to pro-Trump, often (...)

GCHQ boss says spy agency is 'not diverse enough'

  21/10 | Jeremy Fleming’s remarks follow revelation that ethnic minorities were excluded until 1980s The head of GCHQ has conceded that the (...)

Why Senate Republicans would rather approve a Supreme Court nominee than coronavirus (...)

  21/10 | Polls show a coronavirus bill is more popular — but not necessarily with Republicans’ base.

In five states, more early votes have been cast than Trump received in 2016

  21/10 | In key places, the early vote is up two to four times where it was four years ago.
 Bitin | 2008 · 2020